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LAHORE, PAKISTAN - JULY 20: A goat stands on a road near Shahpur Kanjra Mandi on July 20, 2021 in Lahore, Pakistan. Beyond its religious significance, the sale of sacrificial animals for Eid al-Adha is a major business in Pakistan. Livestock traders and butchers depend heavily on revenues earned from dealing in cattle, goats, and camels used for Qurbani. Despite a recent uptick in COVID-19 infections in Pakistan, markets drew major crowds ahead of the holiday, which will begin on July 21. (Photo by Betsy Joles/Getty Images)

Maybe you’ve seen the pic pop up on you social media feeds over the years. It’s a goat listening intently to a punk band grinding through their set. You’ve probably asked yourself if it’s real or if it’s Photoshopped. It’s real, and it’s spectacular.

 

It’s story time, kids. Let’s learn about Biquette, the grindcore goat who was rescued by punks.

  • Who was Biquette?

    Like you probably did, I’d see pics of Biquette here and there on the net for years, and have a hearty chuckle. But it was late last year that Boston rocker and photographer Duncan Wilder Johnson shared Biquette’s story.

    The goat who loved grindcore! Sadly, I believe she passed away. Rest in power Biquette.From one of the many metal...

    Posted by Duncan Wilder Johnson on Monday, December 20, 2021
  • So, this is real?

    Of course, this being Facebook, I needed to verify the information.

  • Long live Biquette

    Gone but not forgotten, thanks to the internet.

  • I need one of these

    Anyone know a good banner maker?